Svastha Yoga

Svastha means to “stay as oneself” in a state of re-integration, health and well-being. Svastha yoga approaches each person as a unique individual, honouring different needs, and limitations, helping one achieve the five goals of yoga practice:
  • strength
  • flexibility
  • structural alignment
  • proper functioning of body systems
  • mental steadiness

Svastha Yoga follows the teachings of A.G. Mohan, author of Yoga for Body, Breath & Mind. He was a long-time student of the late Sri T. Krishnamacharya, whose contribution to yoga has a profound influence on how it is practiced today.

  • Svastha Beginners
    Suitable for beginners with general fitness. An active class with simple flow sequences practiced with proper breathing to develop strength in the back and spine and bring about steadiness of the mind.

    Svastha Beginners classes are conducted by Yap Meng Chuan on Saturdays at 11.15am to 12.30pm.
  • Svastha Gentle
    Suitable for beginners and those with conditions that limit their range of motion. This class is for students who wants to practice at their own pace in a supportive learning environment.
Svastha Gentle classes are conducted by Yap Meng Chuan on Tuesdays at 9.30am to 11am.

If you are new to Svastha, you are encouraged to come 15 mins earlier to let the teacher prepare you for the class. Please call in advance.